Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days
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Sex & Nudity


Greg has a crush on Holly; he tells Rowley and finally tells her that he wants to spend time with her and she smiles and holds his hand.

Rodrick sings Justin Bieber's "Baby" to Heather at her Sweet 16 party and she scowls; as he dances around her, they fall in spilled chocolate sauce and he asks her out (she rolls her eyes and says nothing).

When Rodrick pretends to be drowning in a pool to attract Heather (working as a lifeguard), a man jumps in, pulls him to the sidewalk and gives him mouth-to-mouth resuscitation; Rodrick shouts and cries. The scene is unnecessary and could actually encourage bullying.

We see the upper buttocks and buttock cleavage of several clothed men when they sit down on a bench.

Manny sits on a toilet at home in a side view and we see his bare thighs and lower legs.

Greg off a high dive and loses his swimming shorts; he is embarrassed by his nudity when friends swim up to him (we do not see anything) and he grabs a pair of girl's swim trunks with "Princess" written on the back to get out of the pool, and he walks quite a distance to where his shorts were thrown by another child as people stare and laugh.

In Greg's imagination, Holly wearing a wedding band tells him and that she got married over the summer (To Chirag).

Violence & Gore


A boy at a friend's house accidentally calls 911 and when two police officers arrive they slam a male adult answering the door to the ground -- the man is holding a bread knife from dinner, where he was cutting servings.

While camping, a boy slams his dad's hand with a mallet when he reaches into their tent (the man yells in pain, though we see no damage).

A man is a member of a Civil War re-enactors' club and forces his 13-year-old son to go on a muddy battle reenactment as a bugle boy; the boy blows the horn without permission, the Rebel army charges forward with smoking rifles (with fake ammo) and they chase the boy down a long road.

At a birthday party, a young woman becomes enraged when a boy in her high school class appears with his band and sings Justin Bieber's "Baby" while dancing around her and shooting off indoor fireworks; an ice sculpture overturns and breaks, banners around the band contain skulls and a ragged skeleton-monster playing drums, the woman grabs a mike stand and starts to swing at the boy as she snarls and shouts, a chocolate fountain overturns and she and the boy fall into chocolate (they are uninjured) along with a teen girl standing nearby, who is covered in chocolate and dirt from head to toe.

A girl tells a boy she will kill him; they play doubles tennis with another boy and girl and the first girl hits the first boy with the tennis ball a dozen times and the boy's partner also hits him accidentally with the ball and with a racket; one ball hits the boy in the groin and he falls face forward, but is not seriously hurt and the boy also falls over the net and is unharmed.

Two boys enter a haunted house ride and scream as skeletons pop out at them, they climb aboard a dangerous ride called the Cranium Shaker and become frightened as an attendant speaks of a student that was decapitated on the ride and become scared when they are stuck up in the air for several seconds, but descend unharmed, shouting and crying.

Several boys build a spider web out of string between two trees at a campground and cover it with honey, and they gather biting ants and put them into the bedrolls of a group of scouts that are led by a bullying scoutmaster; the first group of boys accidentally knocks a tent into a campfire and it burns to ashes and smoke, the bullying scoutmaster pokes around his tent using a baseball bat, is covered by biting ants, shouts in pain, runs and falls into the web.

Kids are running out of school because the holidays are starting and a short boy (Presumably the shortest kid in the school) drowns in the crowd crying out for a tween boy to help him, the tween boy ignores him but he is obviously unharmed and uninjured.



6 mild scatological terms and we see the band name "Loded Diper" on the side of a van, 2 anatomical terms, 2 exclamations (shut up), 1 religious exclamation.

Name calling (crazy, idiots, midgets, phony, wounded gazelle, loser, weak, little kid, shrimp, ridiculous and suckers. )

Stereotype references to parents, children, teenagers, nerds, mean girls, the rich, Asian Indians, bullies and youth scouting groups.


Waiters serve drinks around a pool and we hear that some of the drinks are smoothies that look like alcoholic cream drinks (we do not see the adults drink and kids drink smoothies.)


There are several scenes that are not intended to be frightening, but are intense in a comedic way, notably the final scene at Heather Hills' birthday party and when Greg and Frank chase their dog around the house.

Bathroom humor should know there are many jokes about pee, farts, boogers, dog spit, etc.

13/50 - 8+

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Rated PG for some rude humor

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